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We're crowd funding a book to get kids interested in computing. It's an adventure story with interactive puzzles. Find out more at:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1644407908/beep-beep-yarr
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Apparently, 2015 was the year Linux and open source software won the software war. Is this right, and what does it mean for FOSS advocates? Let us know what you think at the link below and we'll meld your thoughts into our upcoming podcast.
It's the start of a new year here in the Shire, and later this week we're going to record the first episode for series 4 of our podcast. We've left this a little late, but here's the first voice of the masses of 2016. Over on ZDNet.com, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols writes, “In 2015, ...
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Seymour Cray and the Development of Supercomputers
http://www.linuxvoice.com/seymour-cray-and-supercomputers/
Join us in the Linux Voice time machine once more as we go back to the 1970s and the early Cray supercomputers. Computers in the 1940s were vast, unreliable beasts built with vacuum tubes and mercury memory. Then came the 1950s, when transistors and magnetic memory allowed computers to become ...
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Get your weekend dose of geekery with the Linux Voice podcast: www.linuxvoice.com/podcast-season-3-episode-21/
Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus. Title: The Best Podcast In The World. Ever. In this episode: Pi Zero launches, and we've got one. LibreOffice has had 1000 developers, and the Software Freedom Conservancy needs funds. We've got more Finds than ever before, a synthesised neuron, ...
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It's called Dropping Out Of School and it's by +Brad Sucks 
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Linux Voice meets Tim Bray, co-inventor of XML and privacy advocate.
Graham Morrison meets the co-author of XML, a fierce privacy advocate, an encryption hacker and the owner of many hats. Watching Tim Bray talk to an audience is a little intimidating. He talks fast and every word counts. And he wants action – he wants his audience to change the world.
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Linux Voice towers is a whirring hive of excitement today – I've barely even had time for a cup of tea. We're gearing up for a big announcement tomorrow. More information to follow ...
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Annoyed by niggling differences between Linux distributions? Try Webmin, a consistent web-based tool for system administration. If you work with multiple Linux distributions, or different flavours of Unix, you've probably come across frustrating little discrepancies between them.
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Looking for some weekend reading? Why not grab the free Linux Voice back issues? http://www.linuxvoice.com/creative-commons-issues/
Read Linux Voice for free! Nine months after an issue has been on sale, we release it under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-SA license. So, everyone can redistribute and update the contents to benefit the community. Click the images below to download the full 116-page issues we've already ...
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Social Engineering made easy with the Social Engineer's Toolkit: http://www.linuxvoice.com/penetration-testing-social-engineers-toolkit/
Why do this? Learn the tools of online scammers so you can protect yourself. Begin a lucrative career as a penetration tester. Get a better understanding of the technologies that underpin the web. It doesn't matter how good your computer security systems are if your users just let attackers know ...
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What's the best web browser? Linux Voice investigates: http://www.linuxvoice.com/group-test-web-browsers/
The web browser is the most indispensable software in your distro. Mayank Sharma looks at six of the most popular options. On Test: Firefox; Chromium; Epiphany; Konqueror; Midori; Opera. This article was first published in Linux Voice 11 in Jan 2015. Web browsers shape the way we view and ...
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I would be lost and un-empowered without my Firefox, and without chrome I would lose some entertainment. 
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Don't know your SIGHUP from your SIGINT? Read our tutorial on signals: http://bit.ly/1MB8ALk
In the world of Linux system programming, a signal is an event that's delivered to a process by the kernel. A signal says to the process “something has happened that you might want to respond to”. A few signals are generated as a result of something that the program itself is doing (usually ...
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